Traffic Stop Leads to Mobile Meth Lab Bust

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    Police say two men were arrested after a car chase ended with police discovering a mobile meth lab inside the vehicle.

    The Pocono Record reports it happened Tuesday morning in Smithfield Township. Pennsylvania State Police say a trooper tried to make a stop after spotting a 1998 Dodge Neon committing a traffic violation, but the driver sped off.

    Authorities say that after a brief pursuit, the driver and a passenger fled on foot before being arrested. Police found what they described as a suspected methamphetamine lab in the car.

    The driver, 41-year-old Brodheadsville resident Michael Robert Boyle, and passenger, 37-year-old East Stroudsburg resident William Peter Parr, face drug charges and charges of fleeing and eluding police. It could not immediately be determined if either had an attorney.

     


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